Individuals, businesses and cities in 188 countries and territories worldwide joined Earth Hour to speak up for nature and inspire urgent action for the environment. Thousands of landmarks switched off their lights in solidarity for our planet. Individuals pledged their support for the planet, challenging world leaders to push the preservation of nature up the global agenda.
Andreas Baumüller, Head of Natural Resources at WWF's European Policy Office, is calling on the EU to be a champion for nature protection.
Sébastien Godinot, Economist at WWF's European Policy Office, is calling for EU sustainable finance policies to make sure the financial system becomes fully sustainable.
Tycho Vandermaesen, Head of Public Affairs at WWF's European Policy Office, is calling on EU political representatives to prioritise the well-being of people and planet. The EU must be a leader in the global adoption of a #NewDealForNature and People.
Janica Borg, Marine Protection Policy Coordinator for WWF's European Policy Office, is calling on the EU to ensure legislation protects the diversity of our ocean, keeps our fishing nets full, and makes sure our sea food products are legitimate and safe.